Natalie's Reviews > Lost in Shangri-la: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II

Lost in Shangri-la by Mitchell Zuckoff
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Dec 24, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: war, survival, history, australia-oceania
Read in December, 2011 , read count: 1

Great. Really great.

Photos of the survivors and their rescuers can be seen on the Mitchell Zuckoff, the author's website.

The audio book narrated by the author is a terrific effort and very well done. Highly recommended.

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Reading Progress

12/03/2011 "Wow, what a story! Margaret Hastings' life and particular crash situation were truly one of a kind!"
75.0% "Hastings continues to amaze with her wit (mostly brought back to life from her diary entries). Decker's perseverance and McCollom's way of shouldering his duties are inspirational."
75.0% "Wow, still totally appreciating that Zuckoff narrates the audio version himself. What a great story, well told!"

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Anna Murray Another friend of mine recently read this and really enjoyed it! I'll be interested to hear your review.

Natalie I'm listening to the audio book and really enjoying it. Makes me not want to leave the car when I get to my destinations!

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Anna Murray Hmmm.... Sounds good!

Natalie this book opened the floodgates for me! Twice while listening to this in the car I've had to pull off the road!

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Anna Murray I think I will request the audiobook from the library!

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